Samsung OLED Finder verifies if your phone has OLED display

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Samsung recently introduced a new website, named OLED Finder that lets you verify whether your phone users an OLED display or not. Not only Galaxy devices, but there are multiple brands on the list, which introduced smartphones with OLED screens.

At present, the Samsung OLED Finder website includes devices released by Samsung and other manufacturers like Asus, Oppo, Xiaomi, Vivo, Realme, OnePlus, and Meizu. Notably, the website is in the initial stage, but still brings data from 700 smartphone models from eight different vendors.

  • Visit Samsung’s OLED Finder website – Link

On Samsung’s OLED Finder, there’s a carousal of eight manufacturers along with an “Others” tab, which is not activated. Simply, select the brand of which your smartphone followed by the smartphone’s model from the drop-down menus.

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  • Awesome!

Smartphones like Galaxy and flagship Android models use Samsung OLED panels. If you use one of them, the OLED Finder will greet you with “Awesome” as you are using Samsung OLED and made the right choice.

  • Oh no…

If you use a smartphone, which doesn’t have an OLED display, the Finder will prompt you that you’re not using Samsung OLED and can make a better choice.

  • Um…

If your device uses OLED screen, but not from Samsung OLED, the website pushes a notification that Samsung Display may not be the sole supplier.

The website also lists recommended products that introduce the world-class OLED display panel manufactured and supplied by Samsung. The company’s webpage recommends models including Galaxy S23 +, S23 Ultra, OnePlus 11, and Google Pixel 7 Pro.

You can also scan the QR code to get redirected to the Samsung website.

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